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If people have children who are constantly sick while being vaccinated on schedule...and some people do...and those same children are rarely sick after vaccination is abandoned...should those parents ignore their own experience and observation and vaccinate their kids anyway? On the assumption that any problems after vaccinations must be coincidental and any improvements in health once vaccinations cease are also coincidental?

That seems a lot to load on families. In the name of "science" which sometimes seems to mean: "ignore what you actually observe and experience."
Well that's because said vaccines must have *caused* the child to be healthy by triggering the immune system to function properly
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